The Cat's-Paw by Raymond Radner

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Regina Marcott has come a long way from the laid-back California campuses of the ‘70’s. She’s a high powered, high tech pioneer in micromechanics with a penchant for robots. The physicist creates a miniature marvel; a robot small enough to fit inside a human ear with an endearing personality big enough to crawl inside her heart. Regina savors her success with close friend Rud Moryn, who shares it with his White House cronies. Their reactions range from outright admiration to sinister speculation. For while the creation Regina calls Ring is a stunning innovation and a scientific breakthrough, he is also irresistible to the forces who recognizes the power and potential of this ultimate surveillance weapon—the world’s spies. Rud’s old college pal John Klingman, now the President’s chief of staff, sees much more than Ring’s miraculous metallic mechanics, he sees millions of dollars in his pocket. Willing to sell out his country for cold cash, he will stop at nothing—and only Regina and Rud can save Ring from a man made inhuman by obsessive greed.

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Published May 29, 2001 by iUniverse. 338 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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